The 10-year past chair of the NFPA committee on emergency power supplies discusses emergency power operation and management for the beginning facility manager. The focus is the new CMS emergency preparedness requirements for emergency power systems, along with inspection, testing, maintenance, load assessment, operation, finding and mitigating vulnerabilities, and planning for power failures. The session will provide more than 100 detailed best practices intended to help attendees improve emergency power dependability.
List major challenges and benefits of different approaches to inspection, testing, operation, and maintenance
Describe processes for finding hidden emergency power system vulnerabilities
List major compliance challenges and solutions with emergency power system management
Describe the aspects of a comprehensive and CMS-compliant emergency power management program
PE, CHFM, CHSP, FASHE,
Smith Seckman Reid, Inc
Credits: None available.
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